In order to always improve ourselves as breeders, we have chosen to enroll in a process of continuous training.
Here is the list of training I have attended:
-Not always such a good time: tips and tricks to optimize breeding in cats, webinar given by Royal Canin
-Management of a cattery in Quebec, training given by the CCC
-From mating to weaning, training given by the CCC
-At the cat show: practical breeder's guide to infectious diseases, webinar given by Royal Canin
-New kitten owner: the 10 tips that the feline breeder must give, webinar given by Royal Canin
- Food tips and tricks in feline breeding, webinar given by Royal Canin
-Infectious and parasitic diseases, training given by the CCC
-T.Fetus: 10 things cat breeders need to know in 2017, webinar given by Royal Canin
- Whelping at the Cat: do's and don'ts, webinar given by Royal Canin
-10 Truths About Feline Nutrition...and What They Mean, webinar given by Royal Canin
-First Aid for Pets, training given by Ambulance St-Jean
- Feline reproduction 2, training given by Dr Angélika Stock
- Cat genetics 2, training given by Dr W. Silversides
-Chatcadémie Master- Non-litter needs, training data by Daniel Filion (Educator)
-Feline training 1: Main respiratory diseases, given by Josee Charlebois (Feline services plus)
-Chatcadémie Master- Breeders, training given by Daniel Filion (Educator)
Member of the Board of Directors of the Union of Cat Breeders of Quebec
To gain recognition for responsible breeding by demonstrating that it is a serious and necessary activity that requires knowledge, responsibilities and legal obligations.
Participate in public education regarding the responsible adoption of a registered cat, based on the characteristics specific to each breed, on behavioral aspects, on health issues and on the aesthetic criteria established by recognized associations .
Adhere to a rigorous code of ethics in order to promote animal welfare, as well as the health and sustainability of breeds with the greatest concern for quality.